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that won't last much longer. look at when's coming across virginia and the carolinas. extreme tropical moisture is moving directly toward our region. i well take a closer view and look at the rainfall numbers. just take a look at when's happening. a batch of heavy rain and thunderstorms across portions of frederick county headed to our west. another batch coming from the south. heavy rain to the south of our region right now. that will look at the rainfall totals. some are extremely impressive particularly along the bay. all along the bay corridor, 5, 6, 7, 8 inches in some spots. we've had reports of 10 inches. eastern shore a lot less. it is a quick cutoff. 3 inches or so, 2 1/2 out to the west. right along the bay, just east of the city, harford county right through eastern baltimore county is where we've seen the high, high rainfall totals. these are just estimates. some areas have had even more. joining me now bernadette woods has had a look at the numbers. some are really incredible. >> even where it falls off, we're talking a few inches of rain. the highest amounts we've seen wi
and it will go to virginia and quickly to the north or northeast and the latest hurricane model has it north of virginia up to massachusetts and further east. we will keep watching because that track will determine who gets the heavy rain and who gets the heavy winds. this tract is showing it is over the ocean but with that pressure and jets dipping down, somebody will see sustained winds at 30 miles per hour on thursday and that could cause power lines and trees going down. so tonight, look for partly cloudy skies, maybe some fog if it does rain, 60s, tomorrow clouds building and a chance of rain developing tomorrow night. 76 rain likely probably heavy and thunderstorm activity and very nasty day coming up on thursday with that storm headed up the east coast. >> all right, bob we will watch, thank you. >>> still ahead, doctors tell us about the cause of migraine and it could be in your dna. >> i am susan and i will tell you why teenagers were not charged even though they pulled the trigger. that is coming up next. >>> it is not too early to >>> it is not too early to think about helping the
moving from south to north. particularly down to south virginia. heavy storms continuing to move through the region. i'm pretty sure, i guarantee you at some point tonight we'll have flash warnings out for you. lighter rain around salisbury. around the baltimore metro, one little cell here around alberdene. we'll see some of that moving in tonight, we can also see thunder moving in through virginia later on this evening. bernadette woods is live with some of the advisories that are still up for tomorrow morning. >> it's not over with, because of that flash flood does continue until tomorrow morning for all of the green counties, bob was just showing you, we've already had flooding concerns, now again out west, that could change as we head through the overnight just even more. the other two coastal flood warnings in effect. it's this pattern alone, straight up the appalachian spine and it's pulling in a lot of moisture along the way. it's also connected with a lot of moisture down the road. rounds of heavy rain and thunderstorms through tomorrow. that storm gets out of here but there's an
over the border in west virginia. 27 thoroughbred horses were killed. putting the fire out was the real challenge. >> the real challenge was dealing with people that were here. and the dead horses and also recovering the horses and being able to get them back. >> reporter: adapting to the aftermath, owners and trainers who compete with one another are helping each other out. >> it's a terrible disaster. terrible. i've never seen nothing like this before. and i don't want to see it again either. >> reporter: with help from the casino and track. >> it was a very quick turnaround. people worked hard and quickly. and we're grateful for the horsemen in our employ who helped get that done. >> reporter: police have not determined if it was an arson. and a cause may never be known. >> when you have a barn like this, all of the original cause is burned up. it makes it very difficult. >> no word can describe just the devastation from this accident. it's amazing. >> and traumatizing. alex demetrick, wjz eyewitness news. >> it's hard to watch. preliminary damage estimates put the loss for the fire
and southern pennsylvania but extends down the east coast, particularly across the virginia, carolina area and all the way down to miami where it's heavy there as well. all this rain is moving from south to north along a stalled frontal boundary. that means heavy rain across much of the atlantic today and tomorrow. because of that we were have in effect flash flood watches. and in the bay along the coastal areas a high wind watch. bernadette joins us with more on the details. >>> at the 5:00 update ni choal as been -- nicole -- even though it may not have this official name, it will bring mass amounts of rain. it's a highway. with the setup with the storm track off to the west, it's funneling everything in our direction. the rain is only the beginning. the rain will continue to move our direction and pick up in intensity. during the day tomorrow the winds are also going to pick up. wind gusts for us probably 30 miles an hour. this zone is where we'll see the heaviest of the rain, posly what foot of rain. for us, a little bit less than that but we could still see on the upper side six inche
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